Disney World raises prices for some tickets


While Walt Disney World may be known as “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” that title comes at a price, literally. Everyone knows that Disney parks and resorts can be quite expensive, especially depending on what time of year you visit. Recently, Disney increased their ticket prices again for multi-day tickets.

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Standard tickets for one park per day

As you can see below, a standard 4-day ticket was $516.31. These ticket types ranged between $434.83 and $596.74, but the bow ranged between $447.70 and $596.74. Prices for 1-3 days don’t seem to have changed.

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Park Hopper Tickets

Again, 1-2 day tickets have not changed, but for a 4 day ticket prices used to be $525.35 to $687.27, but now range from $540.89 to $687, $27.

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Park Hopper Plus Tickets

Like the other options, the prices for 1-2 days have not changed. Park Hopper Plus 4-day tickets ranged from $546.65 to $708.57 and are now $559.53 to $708.57. It seems that on average multi-day tickets have gone up about $20 or so. Visit the official Walt Disney World Resort website for more information on scheduling and ticket prices. This is far from the first or last price increase that has occurred at Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland in Southern California.

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In the coming months, Visitors can look forward to several new experiences in the Parks, the most notable being the new guardians of the galaxy as well as the complete transformation of EPCOT. In the Magic Kingdom, guests are also eagerly awaiting the release of the new TRON roller coaster in Tomorrowland. For those who want to plan a trip soon, hope these prices won’t hurt you too much!

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In the Magic Kingdom, there is so much to see and do! Cinderella’s castle is decorated for the 50th anniversary and soon Festival of Fantasy and Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire will be back. You can climb the three big mountains: Space Mountain, Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain, or calm things down on Peter Pan’s Flight. Drop the rope in the park to board the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, then enjoy a mid-day snack of Dole Whip. Be sure to meet Mickey Mouse and enjoy the fireworks display, Disney Enchantment!

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